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Welcome to the Humberstone saltpeter works and Santa Laura. Located in northern Chile and abandoned since 1960, the site is a World Heritage Site by Unesco. The result is a daunting ghost town in the desert.

Welcome to the Humberstone saltpeter works and Santa Laura. Located in northern Chile and abandoned since 1960, the site is a World Heritage Site by Unesco. The result is a daunting ghost town in the desert.

Humberstone and Santa Laura are not cities, but two works located in northern Chile. With the crisis of 1929, the buildings have their activity to slow sharply abandonment. Despite a surge in the 1940s, the area becomes ghost and attracts tourists from Atacama desert today.   Photo Credit: Getty Images / Hemera

Tourisme insolite: à la découverte des villes fantômes

Humberstone and Santa Laura are not cities, but two works located in northern Chile. With the crisis of 1929, the buildings have their activity to slow sharply abandonment. Despite a surge in the 1940s, the area becomes ghost and attracts tourists from Atacama desert today. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Hemera

A visit to a Tanana River ghost town - Alaska Dispatch News. A building at the site of Cos Jacket, a former village on the Tanana River. (Ned Rozell)

A visit to a Tanana River ghost town - Alaska Dispatch News. A building at the site of Cos Jacket, a former village on the Tanana River. (Ned Rozell)

Our trip to the ghost towns ends in Varosha, on the island of Cyprus. This resort was deserted during the Turkish invasion in 1974. Today, most of the buildings are covered with vegetation.   Photo Credit: Getty Images / iStockphoto

Tourisme insolite: à la découverte des villes fantômes

Our trip to the ghost towns ends in Varosha, on the island of Cyprus. This resort was deserted during the Turkish invasion in 1974. Today, most of the buildings are covered with vegetation. Photo Credit: Getty Images / iStockphoto

Red River Ghost Towns. Looking inside the abandoned store in Fleetwood, Oklahoma. See any ghosts? I don't, but I do see some bullet holes...

Red River Ghost Towns. Looking inside the abandoned store in Fleetwood, Oklahoma. See any ghosts? I don't, but I do see some bullet holes...

Inside a salt mine in abandoned tunnels. Yekaterinburg Russia.

À l’intérieur d’une mine de sel dans des tunnels abandonnés (galerie)

Inside a salt mine in abandoned tunnels. Yekaterinburg Russia.

SEWELL, Cachapoal Province, Chile. Sewell was built high in the Andes mountains in 1905 to house workers at El Teniente, at one point the world's largest underground copper mine. In the 1960s, the town had about 15,000 people, but they eventually left due to the difficult terrain. Abandoned in 1980, Sewell is now a Unesco World Heritage site. Photo: Sewell and El Teniente.

SEWELL, Cachapoal Province, Chile. Sewell was built high in the Andes mountains in 1905 to house workers at El Teniente, at one point the world's largest underground copper mine. In the 1960s, the town had about 15,000 people, but they eventually left due to the difficult terrain. Abandoned in 1980, Sewell is now a Unesco World Heritage site. Photo: Sewell and El Teniente.

The abandoned village of Oradour-sur-Glane, France, pictured on August 30, 2013, where 642 people were killed in June 1944, in error for another village, in revenge for resistance attack, on retreating Germans, and the village preserved in abandoned state, as memorial to the massacre. (Photo Thierry ZOCCOLAN / afp.com)

The abandoned village of Oradour-sur-Glane, France, pictured on August 30, 2013, where 642 people were killed in June 1944, in error for another village, in revenge for resistance attack, on retreating Germans, and the village preserved in abandoned state, as memorial to the massacre. (Photo Thierry ZOCCOLAN / afp.com)

The Abandoned Settlements Inside National Parks | Travel | Smithsonian. Established in 1900, Thurmond, West Virginia, once served as a center of commerce due to its location on the mighty Chesapeake & Ohio railroad and proximity to nearby coal mines. For over 30 years it thrived as a railroad town, catering to nearly 100,000 people a year. Restaurants, banks, dry good stores and hotels came to town (the most famous hotel being the Dunglen, known for the legend that it hosted the world’s…

The Abandoned Settlements Inside National Parks

The Abandoned Settlements Inside National Parks | Travel | Smithsonian. Established in 1900, Thurmond, West Virginia, once served as a center of commerce due to its location on the mighty Chesapeake & Ohio railroad and proximity to nearby coal mines. For over 30 years it thrived as a railroad town, catering to nearly 100,000 people a year. Restaurants, banks, dry good stores and hotels came to town (the most famous hotel being the Dunglen, known for the legend that it hosted the world’s…

On the edge of the Aude and Pyrénées-Orientales was the village of Périllos. Which gradually emptied of its inhabitants to become a ghost town, lost in the end of the road, by the 1970s

On the edge of the Aude and Pyrénées-Orientales was the village of Périllos. Which gradually emptied of its inhabitants to become a ghost town, lost in the end of the road, by the 1970s

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